This EITI Report covers Democratic Republic of Congo's extractive sector in 2007. It was published in December 2009.
This EITI Report covers Norway's extractive sector in 2008. It was published in December 2009.
This EITI Report covers Mali's extractive sector in 2006. It was published in December 2009.
This publication is part of EITI's efforts to further the understanding of the sector and respond to the mining-specific challenges for EITI implementation.
A majority of the EITI Candidate countries report also on payments from their mining sectors.
This report discusses the origins and structure of PWYP, assesses the effectiveness of PWYP’s advocacy and policy endeavours and examines how the Coalition has operated internationally.
The report is not only a narrative of PWYP’s history, but a practical tool to shine a light on how PWYP has been able to achieve its success and overcome its challenges between the years 2002 and 2007. Furthermore, the report looks at various issues that the PWYP coalition must confront in order to continue to deliver results in the future.
The Communities and Small-Scale Mining (CASM) Initiative has published this report as a follow up to their April 2009 report “Trading Conflict for Development”.
It offers an analysis of the regional trade in minerals from Eastern DRC and explores the link between trade and conflict. The authors argue that a change in the current trading regime is necessary to prevent conflict over mineral resources, but needs to be complimented by additional macro level reforms to create economic opportunities outside the mining sector.
The first ever Total tax contribution study for the global mining sector reveals the total taxes of fourteen of the world’s largest mining companies, focusing on their largest operations in a variety of countries.
This EITI Report covers Timor-Leste's extractive sector in 2008. It was published in November 2009.
This EITI Report covers Mongolia's extractive sector in 2007. It was published in November 2009.